Course Sharing Articles
What’s New and What’s Next: How We’re Helping Institutions Innovate
By David Daniels, CEO, Acadeum
Three Trends to Inform Your Institution’s Enrollment and Revenue Strategy in 2022
How Acadeum’s industry partners are positioned to help.
How Course Sharing Helped Becker College Graduate 91 Students Before Closure
“Course sharing is about bringing people together for academic needs.”
CIC Webinar Round-Up: Improving Financial Predictability with Course Sharing
In the September 2021, CIC webinar, we explored How to Use Course Sharing Data and ROI to Enhance Your Institution’s Financial Predictability and Stability with representatives from Cornell College and Catawba College.
Cognitive Overload: Hurdles on the Path to Student Progress
My college story might sound familiar to many students: I made lasting friendships and studied with faculty I admired—but I also faced academic challenges that led me to fall behind. In this post, I’m going to walk through the key points of my undergraduate journey to discuss what I believe is a pivotal (and often […]
The One Role on Campus with the Biggest Course Sharing Impact: Part II
Spotlight On: Institutional Growth
The One Role on Campus with the Biggest Course Sharing Impact: Part I
Spotlight On: Student Progress
Course Sharing is Much More Than an Improved Credit Transfer System
This post is part of Acadeum’s “Introduction to Course Sharing” series, designed to provide an overview of how course sharing works, and how colleges and universities can get started.
CIC Webinar Round-Up | Course Sharing at Heidelberg University
As Director of Curriculum Development and Innovation at Heidelberg University, I led the implementation of course sharing in Fall 2019 and I’m excited to say that it has exceeded our expectations. We’re using course sharing in a variety of ways, and it’s making a real impact on our community.
Introduction to Course Sharing
This post is part of our “Introduction to Course Sharing” series, designed to give you an overview of course sharing, how to get started, and why you’re hearing about it in higher education now more than ever.